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Portrait of Joseph Burgin
A portrait (titled as shown) of Burgin, a Trafalgar veteran and Greenwich Pensioner, seated slightly to his right on a folding chair, in his Hospital uniform and cocked hat, with his waistcoat painted blue and his other dress primarily drawn heavily in pencil. He has a drinker's red nose and mottled cheeks and an eye patch over the left eye. He wears trousers rather than breeches and his left peg-leg sticks out in front of him, visible below his left cuff.
probably Samuel Lane
Original size: 200 mm x 110 mm
- Image reference: PY3296
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London